Letter to The IRS
This letter was sent to the IRS for investigation after the defendant discovered that his mortgage has been assigned to a trust that has already been closed for a long time. This action violate IRS tax-exemption rule on REMIC.
Victor S.O. Song
Chief, Criminal Investigation IRS
1111 Constitution Ave NW Room 2501
Washington, DC 20224
April 27, 2010
RE: Indymac Residential Asset Securitization Trust 2007-A5, pass through series 2007 E, with the Pooling and Servicing Agreement Dated 3-1-2003. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company as Trustee Possible IRS — REMIC 2 tax violations .
Dear Mr. Song:
SEC file number 333-13xxxxx Accession Number 905148-6-xxxx
I am making this formal complaint for an investigation against Deutsche Bank National Trust Company as Trustee and each of it’s entities involved in the Indymac Residential Asset Securitization Trust 2007-A5, pass through Series 2007 E, with the Pooling and Servicing Agreement Dated 3-1-2007. I am submitting a certified copy of my the Assignment, a public record filed at the Riverside County Recorder’s office in Indio, California, which demonstrates the addition to a closed trust of a defaulted loan by assignment on 8-20-2009.
The Pooling and Servicing Agreement filed with the SEC shows that this trust was closed 3-29-07. Under IRS and REMIC Law and the terms of the PSA, all assignments were to have been completed within 90 days.
I would appreciate any information in regards to this issue.